GOP candidates are less united on purposes of foreign conflicts (New York Times)
New York governor Andrew Cuomo unveils gay marriage bills as votes materialize for the measure (New York Daily News)
Michelle Obama goes around D.C. incognito (Newsweek)
Boehner demands that Obama provide legal basis for Libya actions (The Hill)
House Republicans maneuver to prevent cuts to farm subsidies (USA Today)
Rep. Peter King will hold a Homeland Security Committee hearing on Muslim radicalization in U.S. prisons (Washington Post)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg will give a major speech on immigration reform at the Council for Foreign Relations (Politico)
Mitt Romney pretends his butt got grabbed by a waitress:
Improving His Odds by Ross Kaminsky: Mitt Romney has emerged as the one to beat — or maybe to like.
Positively Shermanesque, by Ryan L. Cole: It’s okay if top Republicans follow the example of William Tecumseh Sherman and decline to run for president.
Christie’s Blind Spot, by Paul Chesser: Could they be sun spots?
America’s Ticking Bankruptcy Bomb, by Peter Ferrara: Throwing the book — a new book — at Obamanomics.
Split Wide and Disarmed, by Daniel J. Flynn: NFL-er Plaxico Burress falls victim to gun violence prevention.
GLAAD To Be Here, by Patrick Howley: Tracy Morgan lands in PC trouble — and Nick DiPaolo is there to bail him out.
Stan Musial Deserves a Better Biography, by Aaron Goldstein: George Vecsey strikes out, big time.
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